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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - February 1, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota Wei mesday february i 1922 meet rat if in Mitchell Geis real taste of i Eastern storm City awakens this morning to find drifts piled High by heavy winds schools Are closed Worix St or Al i cts and of storm tonight comm in i it tilt it is i Nin Terri Ime hell have to Cut out his old associations first third edition number 105 treaty South Dakota people were today g a a Sample of the kind of Sterna which have been sweeping Over the Eastern part of the United states this Winter. More than six inches of Loose now on the ground and More Snow ailing steadily throughout the Day was driven in All direction by a cold a Titrating Pale blowing at High \ Locito. Although the temperature was six rows above Zero in Mitchell this a information from the North Vost indicated that much colder Wea a or May be expected by thursday h ugh it is predicted that it will he r. Ai Mobridge it was 8 degrees a Low Zero this morning and at mar a i us. X. To the temperature had a a Lien to 15 degrees below Zero a Nurding to reports reaching Mitchell a a wire. For the first time in four years the Ooi of the City were dismissed bemused of weather renditions. The a Rimers reported for duty this a orning hut there were Only about percent of the pupils present in a grades. After becoming warm and Orthey were sent Home again. High schools dismissed attendance at the Junior High Moi was about 4 0 percent of nor to and the pupils who came were missed after about an hours work. More than half the students at the Enior High school reported for classes hut they were also dismissed Early. The driving Snow made it impose ble today to see farther than half a in cd in Many instances. Only Indis act outlines of the court House a a a lid he seen this morning from the Post office a half mock away. The keep off the grass signs on the Post office Lawn were hidden under drifts of Snow. Trains Hun in schedule trains were running a1 Moi bedouin this morning and no t was reported from damage to it graph or Telephone wires. The entire Northwest is in the grip Quot of the storm today according to advices reaching Mitchell. All Points on a lie Milwaukee railway lines from Lapid fitly to Sanborn. La., report in same kind of weather while Ceorl from North and South show tha e wind and Snow extend far in those a red ions. Compa Nying the storm was a Deled drop in temperature. After a comparatively warm Day tuesday. Tiring which considerable Snow fell. E weather became almost Spring Lee in the evening. It was 28 above Zero at 7 p in just he a or eleven o clock a warm rain tried and continued until about 2 it was after that hour that the a Ere ii by began to drop and the wind Egan to Rise. Weather predictions today indicate i to the storm will be Over by tomorrow. But the forecast predicts older weather in the East and Cental portions of the state tonight and Irskay. It will he generally fair to Gilt and thursday the prediction nearly All of the United states been visited by heavy storms a g the past week. Even tourists n the Middle West who went to 5 Orn a to escape tile bad weather up Rien ced a Snow storm there. Pis Ltd to bes from los Angeles tuesday i today told of a party of 3 00 Auto Quot Isis marooned outside of los an is a toe Snow. They were unable go food until it was sent to Heity n army trucks. In sub e Trio naval pact guarantees world peace until 1936 but Chamberlain is hit by flames loss is Large i avy Snow ads i i Kum in in Kight against St still the in a i my kick. Smiths land order reserved Quot i Prum i it of Roll ads Down Vur Kai 111n a decision \k-1 kit Ting i Arm i 11-Cblvsks sign of Milch interest to Many Lakota people who have been to make payments on land so i during the real estate Boom state was made this week by nth Dakota supreme court in a of m. J. Hardin of Mitchell ? Louis in Hauert of Plankin a ring to Tho decision Hardin cover $1,000 paid on a piece of purchased from Hauert. The was paid at the time the Deal Alie and a payment of $5,000 e last March. Hardin could not $5,000 and Hauert declared a ire without tendering the deed property. The supreme court i that a forfeiture could not be card in a Case of that kind unless deed was tendered to the n an ring the land i of similar cases through a he state the land owners have p the first payments made for land. In the contract has Herm cancelled use the second payment was not i d c. He decision by the supreme court Erses a decision of judge Frank it Ith of Mitchell in this Cane weather report in or Klast Outh Dakota generally fair toll t and thursday preceded by Snow Al colder East and Central portions Phi i Sotl Tom Juth t Urc the official government thermoses Frothi noon yesterday to noon t i no in 7 8 Init uni 6 sport int to rile Republican it Chamberlain. S. In. Feb. 3�?tile heroic efforts of the local tire department. In face of a blinding Snow storm and the Snow itself which covered the roofs of the buildings in the business and residential sections of the town saved Chamberlain from a disastrous fire last night which otherwise might have wiped out the entire town. Fire believed to have berm of incendiary origin broke out about Midnight in what is known As the old brewery building totally destroying i it and the business firms which occupied it. Many firms suffer the wait and son grocery and meat shop the h. P. Kirsch soft drink Par a lors. Tho j. H. Knight and son offices and Tho f. P. Gilbert Barber shop occupied the first floor of the two Story Structure. The Woodmen s Lodge room was above the grocery store and the remainder of the second floor was Given Over to lodging rooms some of which were occupied he Railroad men. A building formerly occupied by the Brule state Hank and the o p. Kendall flour and feed store were also dest roved. Mrs. Fessendon. Who lived in rooms above the Knight and son office barely escaped being burned getting out of the building Only scantily Clad. Wind drives flames the fire. Which was discovered in the rear of the building about Midnight spread quickly and driven by a High Northwest wind could not be checked for More than three hours the old brewery building was situated on the Corner of the third Block of last main Street Anil was one of the first buildings to be erected in Chamberlain. Tile buildings destroyed covered about one half a Block. The total loss caused by the fire amounted to around $75,000, a Large part of which was covered by insurance. Aberdeen to have new dance rules mayor Yankton county Man shoots Golden Eagle tax lop. i it. Feb. In an enormous Golden Eagle measuring seven feet from Wing tip to Wing tip. Was shot this week by r. J. Calkins on his farm along the River Bottom West of this City. It was hovering around his place apparently Hunting for prey its talons Long enough to clutch a Good sized animal. Very few of these Birds have been seen in this locality of late years. Davison alien to be deported giant banquet Willm Rel in Corn Palace undertaking Kar largest chimber of it of mfg a it e plans Kou Kirst oink Ahkoi r other in Desir Ables in state Penitentiary Ahl sent i Hom c country Sioux Falls. S. In feb. In five aliens ready for deportation left yesterday afternoon in the care of a. A. Nyquist for Chicago. Two of the men Are japanese two Are mexicans. And one is a swede. One of the mexicans and the swede come under the classification of committing crimes involving literal turpitude and have been serving in the South Dakota state Penitentiary. The two japs Gawn and Watana be. Were both arrested at Mobridge january 3 8. As undesirable aliens. It was discovered that the two had been taken ashore and put in a Hospital at Seattle. There they made their escape and headed East being finally captured at Mobridge and after a hearing before a United states commissioner Are headed for Chicago. From there they will be taken to san Francisco. One of the mexicans. Rosalia mar ten7es, was sent to the state Penitentiary for a term of two and one half years on a charge of grand larceny. He was convicted in Davison county. The other mexican Albert Garcia was brought from the Stillwater minn., Penitentiary. Both will pc taken to Laredo tex., for deportation. Sam Wenstrom the swede was sent up for embezzlement from Buffalo county. And will he taken to new York from Chicago. There he will be put with other swedes ready for deportation. A bred be to. Past few is has Bern to gent dance s. In feb. the Reks. May or Viz. Ai. Hall King on a new and Strin Hal ordinance and is nearly ready to present it to the City commission for first Reading the Pew ordinance puts the r amp on certain modes of dancing it is said. And limits the authority of the dance Hall management just when this new ordinance will be presented is net known and mayor Hall Quot ill not offer it to the commission until every detail Bas been gone into and the limit of the authority givers Chi Quot i a tabulating pubic dances ascertained. Announces j Chicago ban kisses rooms rent themselves through Republican want ads. Sti up free with tvs of other i a a a a Chicago. 111. Fob. In station masters of Chicago have declared War upon the Farewell kiss in railway stations there have been instances where such a Farewell has delayed Ira and otherwise jarred tile Dic nit guru the ablation rules. Nothing More violent than a Well regulate Chautauqua Salute will a permitted persons who desire to kiss friends or relatives Farewell. Must do so in the Street. Neither will the station masters permit spooning in the waiting rooms. Farmers of Davison and Hanson counties and business men of Mitchell numbering nearly 3.000 in All Are expected to attend a Mammoth Community dinner being arranged by the Mitchell Cha in Berol Commerce to be held on february 15. The Corn Palace auditorium which is tile largest single room in South Dakota will he converted into a banquet Hall to House this big gathering. The dinners unquestionably the largest single venture being planned by tim Mitchell Cha Ber of Commerce for the Early part of 3 822. And it is expected to attract hundreds of men to Mitchell. Vii Farmers invited invitations fire to be issued to All Farmers in the Jcj Unity to attend this dinner. The Farmers Are to he guests of the chamber of Commerce and will receive their invitations to the dinner within the next week. The i it end county relations committee of the chamber of Femme Are. Of which j. K. Fox is chairman has charge of the arrangements for this dinner. Other members of the committee Are s. E. Morris h. R. Kib Hee. M. To Hon r j. Harrison. W. V. Reams. S. G. Matt lean. George Townsend and j. L. Lovinger. It is tile purpose of the coming dinner to help the Mitchell men and the Farmers to become Tretter acquainted with each other. Short talks will be Given by both business men and Farmers at the dinner and there will be one other speaker from outside of the City. Several vaudeville act Are to be secure. As entertainment. And mum will of furnished by the Mitchell municipal band and the Mitchell symphony orchestra. Kennedy will be t Lief George i. Kennedy will act As chef for the hic dinner. Ile will have several assistants working under him and if present plans materialize Mitchell Busine. Men will be drafted into service As waiters. Mayor l. V. Both. In t. Becker. Robert Haines la. E. Hitchcock and a Baron were announced today As some of the waiters for the dinner. Many arrangements Tor the dinner Are under the direction of a. La. King. A Tine Secretary of the Mitchell chamber of for nacre. Of California tourists rescued from drifts on los Angeles Road associated pres leased wire Washington. D. F., feb. draft treaty for limitation of naval armament submitted today to the plenary session of the Washington conference contains Only tile following preamble in explanation of the purposes of the five contracting governments in reaching the agreement set Forth a a desiring to contribute to the maintenance of the general peace and reduce the Burden of Competition in armament a have resolved with a View to accomplishing the purpose to conclude a treaty to limit their respective naval armament and to that end have appointed As their plenipotentiaries a the names of the delegates of the Powers follow. Treaty divided into thro chapters tile treaty is divided into three chapters. Chapter one contain the general language of the agreements covered by Twenty separate articles. Chapter two contains the detailed specific agreement on naval matters Many of them in complicated tabular form which amplify and Complete the meaning of the general agreements of chapter one. Chapter 3 is devoted to miscellaneous provisions and contains four additional articles of the treaty. Chapter one is headed a a general provisions relating to the limitation of naval armament a article one thereunder is merely the agreement to limit naval armament As provided in the treaty. Article two provides that the contracting Powers May retain re Seet ively capital ships specified in part one. Chapter two. The ships thus named in part one As follows United states Maryland California Tennessee Idaho new Mexico Mississippi Arizona Pennsylvania Oklahoma Nevada new York Texas arkansans. Wyoming Florida Utah North Dakota Delaware a total tonnage 500,650. Great Britain Royal Sovereign Royal Oak revenge Resolution Rem tillers malay sin Ventas Barham Queen Elizabeth Warspite Benbow emperor of India Iron Duke Marlborough Hood renown repulse Tiger thunderer King George a Ajax Centurion total tonnage 580.450. France Bretagne Lorraine province Paris France Jean Bart Courbet bid Erst you Tairel total tonnage 221,370. Italy Andrea Doria canc Duilo Conte i favour Guilo Cesare Leonardo a Yin i Dante Alighieri Roma Napoli Vittorio Emmanuel Regina Elena total tonnage 182,800. Japan Mutsu Magato Hyuga de Yamashiro Fuze Prima. Miyei Kongo total tonnage 301.320. Old Iii jays in be scrapped for new the article then provides that on the coming into Force of the treaty All other capital ships a built or building by the five Powers shall be disposed of As provided in chapter two. Part two. The reference being to the a rules for scrapping vowels of carried in the part two mentioned. Article one then provides that in addition to the specific capital ships a the United states May Complete and retain two ships of the West Virginia class now under construction a and on their completion dispose of the North Dakota and Delaware under the scrapping rules while great Britain May a in accordance with the replacement table carried in chapter two construct two new capital ships not to exceed 35,000 tons Standard displacement each and on their completion dispose of the thunderer King George a Ajax and Centurion under the scrapping rules. Article three is the agreement of the Powers to a abandon their respective capital ship building programs and to build or acquire no new capital ships except As replacement tonnage and under the replacement agreement ships thus replaced to he disposed of As provided for in chapter two. Article four is the naval ratio agreement. Stated in Standard displacement tonnage Aggregates for capital shit replacement follow. United states 525.000 tons British Empire 525,000 tons Franco 175,000 tons Italy 175.000 tons Japan 315.000 tons which Aggregates the Powers agree not to exceed. Capital ship maximum 35.000 tons article five file the 35.000 ton capital ship maximum displacement for any ship which a shall be acquired by. Or constructed by or for within it Fig jurisdiction of any of the contracting Powers. A a Carfif Jhu strip a Shim Ca Fry amp it trim it wet arc in excess of sixteen article seven fixes the total tonnage of aircraft carriers at United states 185.000 British Empire 135,000 France 60.ooo Italy 60,000 Japan 81,000 article Twenty two provide that should a contracting Power become engaged a in a War which in its opinion affects the naval defense of its National Security it May suspend its treaty obligations on notice or the period of the War other than those of articles thirteen providing that vessels designated to be scrapped May not be converted into War vessels and seventeen providing that no a vessel under construction within jurisdiction of the contracting Powers on foreign account May be taken for War i uses. To the event of such a suspension the remaining Powers agree to a consult together with a View As to agreement As to what temporary modification if any should be made in the treaty As Between themselves. Failing i such an agreement the remaining Powers May also give notice of suspension of the treaty obligations with the same exception. On cessation of hostilities the contracting parties agree to Confer for the purpose of making any necessary modifications in the treaty. Treaty will run until lf3� article Twenty three provides that the treaty a remain in for e until december 31, 1835. And in ease none of the contracting parties shall have Given notice two years before that Date of its intention to terminate he treaty it shall continue in Force until the expiration of two years from the Date on which notice of termination shall be Given by one of the contract. Whereupon the treaty shall terminate As regards All the Fop provision is made that notice of termination shall be which shall notify the other Powers the Date of receipt of notice by the United states being the effective dub of t o notice. In the Case of the United states notice of termination will he Given to diplomatic representatives of the other four Powers in Washington an agreement to meet in conference within Ore year of the. Ltd a notice terminating by any Power also is provided. The Twenty fourth and last article of the treaty or. Ration under the constitutional methods of each Power Pic of ratifications to be Washington in the archives if the government authenticated Copie to be transmitted by the United states to toe other newer. A a revolutionary measure wins world support Hughes also announces settlement of Shantung question at meet had got la Isirov to sons Tai err said ing Powers starting Powers. In writing to the United states. Id for is ta1 if depot vermonter attacked by Bobcat finally chokes it to death by associated proses be awol wire Ludlow. Vermont. Feb. In John Sheehan has earned the distinction of being the first Man in this District to kill a Bobcat with his Bare hands. Sheehan with Arthur Connor was climbing a Mountain Trad when a Bobcat disputed the right of Way. As it sprang at the men. Sheehan gripped it Throat. His hands were badly lacerated by the cats claws but he held on until it was dead. Woman is made Ohio dry agent newspaper work or i s first of sex to by appointed by Roa Haan s d. Eel hop to score of firemen overcome by smoke by it vault it cd pre Fresno. Fab feb. One Hundred persons it forma s recent Serow route much travelled Pittsl Margh to. Feb. I a nearly a score of firemen were overcome by smoke in fighting a Blaze in the building of the National biscuit company in the downtown District this morning although All were removed to hospitals none was said to be in a serious condition. I Ca Sod wire i a More than ran tied by Cal ipg the Ridge Highway from los Angeles North had been rescued or accounted for. According to a special dispatch from representatives j from the Fresno Republican Early today. The new spatter men fought their Way along a great part of the rout a in an automobile and on Fot a Rescue truck sent out by the automobile club of Southern California had provided thirty stranded automobile Par ties with food. They reported. Judge wont fill bottle so forlorn Lover can end life Chicago. In. Feb. In Edward Gra i Ham of it. Paul offered to commit suicide in court Gufor judge Samuel la. Trude to prove his a sincerity and real love for Doris when he was arraigned for threatening to kill his sex wife. Doris bsh eld v. A nivers to of Chicago co-ed.4 a i want to go away and give Doris Graham told the judge a i have be a holding her hark i thought she loved me. But she does a if you will fill that bottle with Poison i will commit suicide right judge Trude fined Graham $2 and six months in the House of correction and refused to fill the bottle. Farm loan Board is preparing to float big new Bond Issue Jap re try general a bed pc forces of the unwed to commissioner Haynes. I is a former Ohio newspaper woman and was Active in the Harding ram Pailun in Ohio having charge o the. Work of the women throughout the state. Washington Point men of Georgia rus. Ohio As the first worn prohibition agent to be a the Mobile enforcement Headquarters unit. Was a Day b Hople other Steps taken mall of morning session of oni event k de als wit ii ii Nese i i St ins by associated priss leaded wire Washington. D. Of. Feb. 3�?in a three hour session today the Washington disarmament conference approved both the naval limitation treaty and the treaty putting submarine warfare against merchant Craft and Poison a and chemical warfare under tile ban of five Power disapproval tile plenary session then adjourned on Call. Secretary Hughes gave a somewhat detailed review of the principal a earns Ard stated that the original american proposal As to capital ships while changer in details had Bern adopted substantially. There was applause when or. Hughes said that the United states retained the number of capital ships proposed on november 12 and that great Britain and Japan were situated similarly Hel Atter with the exception of the new battleship Mutsu the Raffeet of the ret int ton of the Mutsu or. Hughes continued mail a the changes in the original american program to we High own dread naughty of the Virginia class Are to lie completed and the battleships North Dakota and Delaware then scrapped. Four governing Vine i pie in the american proposals or Hughes said. Four principles had been governing. They wore first that All capital ships now building and contemplated should be abandoned Sec Ond that there should to a further reduction of naval armament by scrapping older ships third that regard should be had to the Fol ing naval strength of the Powers and. Fourth that capital ships torn a to should he used As a i for deforming proportions of auxiliary Raff these four principles or Hughes said had been applied the naval treaty and its agreements Ratesi step in Secretary Hughes in that no More necessary or sign fio treaty probably had Ever Bern got lated. I a obviously ii saving of in one lifting of very the people a tins treaty absolutely ends in naval Competition. At f time it leaves these. Unity Powers unimpaired by p More. The be let thing is to manifested by which a w to reach this conclusion. A we Are taking the great of for Ward step to establish the Eig i o after Secretary Hughes concluded. Or. Sarrauf began a speech in French saying adhesion of France to the a \ a i armament treaty is sincere and France i foment a there Are till mists hanging around and perhaps t Hen some darkness left in w and scepticism May still in in lurking. A or. Sarrau said a his is precisely what it to he pointed out that a i the eve of the great w e occupied trying out a which if War lied in. Would have giver her of capital ships. But present treaty his com diced to 176.000 Tot fourths. In other Worris. Franc he said would have possessed since november j. 28 capital ships hut under the treaty a lie is now Content with five. Thus Doe. France represented As imperialistic country abandon the Verv weapon of attack which is the essential Arni of aggressive pm liar a a future of peace and happiness was never sought More earnestly by any i by than by franc who la been through the age the indefatigable Champion of Justice and human he declared prior to the introduction of the be treaty far Eastern question were under consideration. The exact moment of the opening of the session w i i for a tit. F a Leman Hughes began with the resolutions adopted in the far Eastern com me a its an a he said. Heavy Burd a Norm Ostia a Naod the is from the race he same of the mean spirit Able May he h do Tab obscure and rata a i into 14. On e was pm n fored 7 on. Finn t on said by the by. Was re s of three n fir 2 focus �2 it i f by associated pre Lex Sod wire Washington. D. feb. 3�?th farm a ctn Board is preparing a new Bond Issue to remade shortly it is $ said at the Treasury. During january the Republican made a net gain after deducting All stops of 458 new subscribers the Republican now has the largest net paid circulation in the history of the paper. Mitt. He brought Lution of december a1 of foreign Post off without discussion t Resolution was adopted i Ferencz then went on t Eastern resolutions. Heitic St it jurstien.1 Sci tied in Quick succession the two Ops to Doo resolutions and the own resolutions pled g against i cry a a Hor. Railroad practices in China were adopted without debate. Every f a in the conference is i a occupied and e Ary Aper 1 to stood the audience included can i Nej cars. A la prep a our i i a a a memes of Fong re and other official. Quot of fir in m in i tee Resolution i r Ovid tug for withdrawal foreign Rock from cd 50 a a Iso a and rpm 1 a sni Mously or. Hughes then announced to my the fines Tariff rescission world be passed Over for the present because of special considerations affecting i. It would com before a he con Ference later lie said embodied no customs treaty. The conference then adopted the Rad o Resolution of december 7 with tile accompany i or declarations of principle by the Powers and by China already ? and Public Shantung question veiled that ended the string of end a Barr. A Hughe. In Sun. D amid applause a a a had been continued on la age thresh
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